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After living in Dayton Ohio for 38 years, on August 15, 2012 My wifeAlanna and I moved to California's High Desert.  It is comming home for me, I was born in Sacremento and raised in Orange County. It is good to be back.

I Just put up a 160 meter loop at 32 feet and installed my Butternut HF 10 V (I have the 160 coil).  I am planning on installing  50 foot tower soon and the Mosely TA63N will be the bottom antenna along with a M2 19XXXand a M2 18 element for 70 cm. above.

I am very active on digital modes.  I also enjoy 2 meter SSB.  With these new antennas, I expect to be active on many bands and modes that I wasn't well equipped for. 

I also enjoy boat anchors and Have a nice DX 100 paired up with a National NC 300 and a few other glow in the dark rigs.  I look forward to making many new friends and contacts. Thanks for stopping by, 73 de N8YOH sk.  

Update 02-19-15:

It has been a while. I have been very active on the digital modes and in particular, packet radio.

I am running nodes on 145.05, 223.600 fm 1200 baud and 14.105 lsb 300 baud and 28.11675 usb 300 baud with plans to add another on 6 meters and 40 meters.   The equipment is 1. PK-900 cross mode/band (20/2 meter) 2. PK-232MBX 220 and 3. anothe  PK-232MBX on 10 meters. I hope to get them al linked for cross band/mode access in the near future. Stay tuned :)

July of 2014 I divorced Bill Gates and switched over to Linux. A fantastic move although a very steep learning curve. It works out very well for all my Ham Radio applications with only a little pain. I am having much more fun on the computer and with my radio persuits.

In addition, I have unpacked all of my old Commodore gear and am using it for Han Radio applications. New additions include internet connectivity, and new storage solutions (SD Card) along with other NEW Commodore technology.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you on the air! 73 de N8YOH sk

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